Episode 509: Neil Goss

Hosted By Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions

On this episode, director Neil Goss talks about the making of his indie feature Juvenile Delinquents-New World Order.

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Episode 505: Lee Feldshon, Entertainment Attorney

Hosted By Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions

On this episode entertainment attorney, Lee Feldshon, joins host Jason Godbey in the Rabbit Hole Studio and talks about the function of an entertainment lawyer and when filmmakers and content creators need to engage one. He also talks about various agreements, business practices, and ways to finance your project.

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The Infamous Future’s John Campbell

Host Jason Godbey interviews John Campbell at the opening night party of The Bowery Film Festival

On a previous episode of No Rest for the Weekend: Indie Film News, Chris Gillard and I talked about The Infamous Future, a documentary about Eagle Academy. Last week, I caught up with John Campbell who was supporting his fellow filmmakers at the opening night party The Bowery Film Festival. Look for an in-depth interview with Campbell on a future episode of No Rest for the Weekend.

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Bowery Film Festival 2019-Opening Night

With No Rest for the Weekend Correspondent Ilaria Malvezzi

New York, NY, April 12th- No Rest for the Weekend was there for the opening night party of the Bowery Film Festival. Our own Ilaria Malvezzi interviewed some of the filmmakers on hand (click on the name of the films for complete interviews): Alexis Karl, Co-Director of The Lex Requiem, Julie Sharbutt, Writer/Director of 3 Days, and Director Scott J. Ramsey and Composer/Producer Kevin De Nicolo of Fool.

Bowery Film Festival was co-founded by Geoffrey Guerrero who also founded Bowery’s sister fest, The Katra Film Series. Geoffrey talks about Katra and gives his tips for filmmakers on this week’s episode of the podcast.

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Episode 420: Katie Chambers/NY Women in Film & Television

Hosted By Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions

On this episode Katie Chambers of NYWIFT talks about the rise of women in media and how NYWIFT helps its members achieve their goals for over 40 years.

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Indie Film News 4. 5. 19

Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director of Behind the Rabbit Productions and Christopher Gillard, CEO of Sound Haus Audio

On this episode of No Rest for the Weekend: Indie Film News: Should filmmakers attend the NAB Show? Francis Ford Coppola celebrates his 80th birthday with promises of a new epic. Legion M‘s Evermor, Katra Film Series gives The Infamous Future documentary a Brooklyn premiere, and more…

Indie Film News is an audio exclusive segment about what’s happening in the indie film world. We also highlight indie film, so if you’re a filmmaker/creator and you have a project you think we should know about, send us a press release. If we think it’s right for the podcast, we’ll mention it on the show.

You can send press releases to info@behindtherabbitproductions.com. Be sure to include the words “Press Release” in the subject line along with the title of the project.

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Indie Film News

Indie Film News Audio Exclusive

Hosted By Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions

In this episode, Spike Lee wins and Oscar. Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote gets a release date, and we give you our Film Festival Deadline Report for March 2019. 

Indie Film News is an audio exclusive segment we’ll have each Friday to keep our listeners up to date on what’s happening in the indie film world. We’re also using this new segment to highlight indie film, so if you’re a filmmaker/creator and you have a project you think we should know about, send us a press release. If we think it’s right for the podcast, we’ll mention it on the show.

You can send press releases to info@behindtherabbitproductions.com. Be sure to include the words “Press Release” in the subject line along with the title of the project.

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Episode 413: Dan De Filippo

Hosted By Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions

In this episode Dan De Filippo, producer and head of Pipeline Entertainment talks about their latest film, Catskill Park and their new venture, OnSet Film School.

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2050 Movie Premiere

By Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions

No Rest for the Weekend Corespondent Ilaria Malvezzi interviewed director Princeton Holt (video above) along with some of the stars of his latest film 2050, the new sci-fi/drama from Hewes Pictures starring Dean Cain. The film premiered on February 14th 2019 at the SVA Theater in New York City.

Also interviewed were actors; David Vaughn, Irina Abraham, Devin Fuller, Stefanie Bloom, Chris Riquinha, Shannone Holt, Jace Nicole, and Jonathan Erolino.  

Hewes pictures is distributing 2050 around the country in select theaters visit the film’s website for more information.

Katra Film Series 2019

By Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions

This week I had the opportunity to attend the finale of the Katra Fim Series and interview some of the filmmakers and stars of the evening including actor Laura Gomez (video above) the star of Uniform.

Katra presents a selection of films quarterly and provides a platform for indie filmmakers to showcase their work. This year’s Grand Finale was held at the Alamo Drafthouse in Brooklyn. I interviewed some of the filmmakers on the red carpet, including Alex Breaux, the writer, director and star of this year’s Grand Prize winner Campfire Alpha; Alexis Karl, co-director of The Lex Requiem; co-director Walter Brandes and actor Anthony Grasso of Kill Al; Nikhil Melnechuk, producer of Fevah, and director Aleksey Reznikov and writer/producer/actor Carter Winter of Dead Layer.

One of the standout films was the animated short, Lotte That Silhouette Girl  by Elizabeth Beecherl & Carla Patullo about Lotte Reiniger, a German Film Director who pioneered the art of silhouette animation. The short tells the story of Reiniger’s life and filmography and is narrated by Reiniger herself. It’s a touching film with beautiful animation made in the style of Reiniger’s silhouettes.

Overall, I was impressed by the quality of films. Founder and Executive Director, Geoffrey Guerrero and his team have put together a well-curated series, and for the final night, The Alamo Drafthouse screen lent a prestige not often accorded to short films. For filmmakers looking to get their short screened in New York City, I highly recommend the Katra Film Series.

For more No Rest for the Weekend film festival coverage, check out our interviews on the red carpet of the Bushwick Film Festival, the Hip Hop Film Festival, and the Soho International Film Festival. For our film festival reviews see episodes 410, 403, 310, and 309. For in-depth interviews of the people behind film festivals, check our interviews with Jason Stefaniak, programmer for the Brooklyn Film Festival and Sibyl Santiago, Director of the Soho International Film Festival.

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